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hayes." >>> good news and bad news today for the residents of mayflower, arkansas. the good news is than exxon announced they're developing an official plan to evacuate an oil pipeline that ruptured underneath a mayflower subdivision friday. the bad news is this is how the residents spent their easter weekend? >> so that is a pipeline that is busted and has flooded the neighborhood and is going all the way to the drain at the end of the street. um, luckily our house is here, which is seemingly unaffected, but the smell is unbelievable. i mean, look. incredible. and that is oil. >> that is oil. more precisely, that is heavy crude oil from the tar sands of canada spewing out onto the lawns and sidewalks and the basketball hoops of the suburban area. the 20-inch mobile pipeline carrying the crude burst on friday, almost in two dozen homes in the area have been evacuated while the clean-up gets under way. the epa has classified it as a major spill. exxonmobil has not announced how much has spilled yet as of this evening they have cleaned up 12 million barrels. it was common to hear the resid
. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> this is sort of, especially for viewers in arkansas. if you live in arkansas, this is for you. if you know anyone who lives in arkansas, give you a second, give them a call, tell them to tune in. this might be helpful if you live in arkansas. okay, ready? all right. the fifth most profitable corporation in the entire country right now, the fifth most profitable, number five, is the ford motor company. ford is back and they are back in a big way. number five. number four, on the most profitable companies in the country list is microsoft. seriously. this is not a list from 1998, i promise. this is the most recent fortune 500 list. microsoft cracked the top five. they are number four. number three on the list is apple. that sort of makes sense, right? apple is just an absolute juggernaut right now. number two, second most profitable corporation in the country. a little mom and pop operation called chevron. giant oil company pulled in $26 billion in profit last year alone. not bad, right? as you can see, the top four most profitable corpor
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ownership. but other states, including mississippi, arkansas, and tennessee, have enaed o are considering bills aimed at loosening rules on gun possession. the argument has spilled over on to the air waves. in connecticut, one ad featured parents who lost children at newtown's sandy hook elementary school. >> don't let the memory of newtown fade without doing something real. >> ifill: 11 of those relatives will bring their push for gun control to capitol hill tomorrow. they'll travel to washington with president obama aboard air force one tonight. for more on what is happening on capitol hill and in state capitols as well, we turn to ed o'keefe, who has been following the gun control debate for the "washington post." arkansas state representative charles collins, who sponsored legislation in little rock that allows gun owners to carry their weapons to church. and vinny demarco, president of marylanders to prevent gun violence, who helped win passage of that state's sweeping new gun control law. ed o'keefe, what is the status on the prospect of compromise on federal gun legislation as thin
cobb, from mayflower, arkansas. two weeks ago, a pipe burst sending tar sand crude oil everywhere and one of those we don't have any idea how to clean up. what does exxon care? it was just their way to get oil to the residents of play flower as quickly as possible. not really. but the satire of it's exxon's oil and we're just living in it, sorry about that crude in your backyard, but the spoof seems to work because of the attitude of exxon in mayflower and the extent to which this ginormous multi-national corporation exxon is taking control of not just the spill, in a lot of ways, what is going on in this tiny arkansas town, pushing everybody aside. three days after the spill, 120 exxon workers descended on the town, a number eventually went to 600 across the country including company doctors, communications specialists and wildlife experts. company doctors. actual doctors sent to the town by exxon. quote, when eight students who were vomiting and complaining of headaches were sent home from mayflower elementary school the monday morning after the spill, an exxonmobil doctor arriv
, something that's been legal there for 12 years. >>> congressman of arkansas who is heading up the nra task force defended the proposals. >> it's a comprehensive plan of layers security, the presence of an armed security personnel in a school adds a layer of security and diminishes response time that is beneficial to the overall security. >> one of the nation's leading teacher unions slammed the report writing today's nra proposal will fail to keep our children safe. it's designed to assist gun manufacturers. it will simply lead to more violence. that's the quote. later in the day, mr. hutchinson, who is planning to run for governor in arkansas made some concessions on universal background checks. >> i'm open to expanding background checks if you can do it in a way that does not infringe upon an individual and make it hard for an individual to transfer to a friend or a neighbor, somebody that if you are in montana and have a casual sale, we don't want to infringe upon those rights, either. >> the gun lobby responded saying he was not speaking for the nra. we are going to debut the first eve
for the second straight day and night with twisters in arkansas, mississippi and alabama. while it's all moving to the east it's punishing some of the places in its path. that includes birmingham, alabama, where we get our report from nbc's gabe gutierrez. >> it's coming toward us. >> reporter: a massive tornado barrelled across mississippi this afternoon, killing at least one person and injuring several others. dozens of homes and businesses in kemper county destroyed. preliminary reports say the tornado was on the ground for 56 miles. >> on radar we saw extremely violent signature with this. we saw tornado debris signatures with this. we have seen video of the big wedge or big cone-shaped tornado. >> we have seen houses split in half. >> reporter: at daybreak in missouri and arkansas today, the first look at damage caused by tornadoes and high winds. trees tossed like matchsticks. sonny martin's family barely made it out alive. >> i basically told her to run and get the baby. >> reporter: gusts up to 100 miles per hour reported in some areas in northern arkansas. >> it's breathtaking what a s
in may flower, arkansas. the historic site where the mayflower landed. that's not right. the pilgrims landed at little rock, i think. all i know it was definitely arkansas because they came over on an ark. you might be asking, stephen why haven't we heard anything about the cleanup of the rupture of the pegasus pipeline? because exxon has contained the cleanup coverage by threatening to have reporters arrested for trespassing and at exxon's request, its f.a.a. ordered a no fly zone over the area and everyone is respecting the no fly zone, especially the birds. [ laughter ] but not everyone is heeding the constitutionally guaranteed exxon press blackout. some lefty ground water hugger snuck past it and broke into arkansas. this is video by activities with the group. >> this is where they pump the oil that spilled into the neighborhood. they pumped it into this wetland. >> eric says he spoke with eyewitnesses who claimed workers power washed oil into storm drains. >> stephen: of course it's going into the storm drains. they are just putting it back underground where it came from. it's c
in arkansas, also the head of the nra's school shield program, he will announce the group's recommendations for school safety. and nra spokesman says the plan will, quote, go beyond armed personnel. as that public effort unfolds, language that would replace a provision in democratic push bill criminalizing the straw purchases at gun dealers with language that would require law enforcement officials to prove that the straw purchaser had evidence the buyer was prohibited from buying guns or knew the buyer intended to commit a crime. as recently as 1999, the nra supported background checks. now the group is opposed and made it difficult for senate democrats to build support beyond 50 plus democrats. new york senator chuck schumer has been searching for a republican partner to sign on to compromise legislation. after oklahoma's tom coburn refused to sign on to any bill that required record keeping for private gun sales, he said no success and republican opposition to the background check measure in the democratic bill is solidifying. >> we do need to strengthen the background check system. but
to block his execution. the cleanup continues in arkansas after an exxonmobil pipeline burst, leaking thousands of barrels of canadian tar sands oil. we will speak with bill mckibben of 350.org. all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the energy giant exxon mobil continues a clean-up of thousands of barrels of crude oil following the rupturing of a pipeline near mayflower, arkansas. the pipeline leaked for around 45 minutes, releasing more than 12,000 barrels of oil and water. the pipeline was carrying tar sands oil from canada. inside climate news reports the type of crude oil involved is especially difficult to clean up when it spills into water. efforts are underway to prevent the contamination of the nearby drinking source. the epa has designated the incident as a major spill. it came two days after a train also carrying canadian crude derailed in minnesota, spilling at least 15,000 gallons of oil. because as the obama administration prepares to issue a decision on whether to approve the keystone xl pip
" of the company's handling of the oil spill in arkansas. last weekend, exxon's pegasus pipeline ruptured, pouring out 5,000 barrels of crude oil near little rock, arkansas. 30 minutes after the spill, emergency responders were on site. the ceo says exxon will pay for the damage; however, no timetable was given. the arkansas attorney general is moving forward with an investigation into the incident. in a check-up on ceo pay, the head of cable programmer discovery communications reportedly took home a cool $49 million in 2012, down from $52 million the previous year. jc penney ceo ron johnson's pay package was severed by 96%, going from $50 million to $1.9 million, after the retailer faced continuing problems. and former wellpoint ceo angela braly received $20 million in compensation, despite resigning under pressure in august. a former goldman sachs trader faces up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to wire fraud. matthew taylor surrendered to the fbi wednesday. the cftc accused him in november 2012 of hiding an $8-billion position on a futures contract that cost goldman more than $118 m
. let me read some quotes. david pryor of arkansas, as a general rule, people in arkansas do not want any gun control. it's sort of a blanket statement. heidi of north dakota when she was running ran on schools tractors and guns, it's how we live. she met with the newtown families and she said to them directly to their face, i'm going to vote for the voters of north dakota. gun control in the states that kim just mentioned is simply an issue, no matter what they pass, those voters are going to vote against their elected representatives. it's just that hard out there in the country, and the white house doesn't understand that. and that's why harry reid is having such a difficult time getting any sort of bill through the senate. >> stuart: did newtown not change the political equation? >> not out in the country, i don't think he it did. >> for a while it did, but you're already seeing, at least according to the most recent wall street journal/nbc poll, but that the demand for gun controls is being reduced, coming down dramatically over the last month and part of it is the public looking
are safe? try telling that to arkansas. they have a friendly neighborhood oil spill. coming up next. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] a closer shave in a single stroke for less irritation, even on sensitive skin. ♪ ♪ gillette mach3 sensitive. gillette. the best a man can get. >> john: it's time for the thing of the day, and tonight it's our tragic comedy of the day. the comedy part is basem yousef. the egypt tv satirist who is often compared to john stewart. the tragedy? he's been arrested for ridiculing egyptian president mohamed morsi, and then he wears a hat just like morsi wore recently in pakistan, and tweeting that police and prosecutors were begging to get their pictures taken with him. a quick note to president morsi. if you throw a tantrum when people laugh at you they laugh even harder. two saturdays ago the u.s. senate voted in favor of non-binding non-essential amendment to approve the keystone xl pipeline. this saturday a pipeline traveling through mayflower, arkansas ruptureed spilling 12,000 barrels of oil water over the neighborhood. it caused 22 homes
>> cenk: welcome to "the young turks." a big show for you today. we start in arkansas where exxon oil spilled all over the place. but is exxon being a little slick with their oil? >> michael: the world lose an icon. margaret thatcher dies today. but she had something to say about a couple of our presidents a while ago. >> the mantles you that he enjoys a cold shower every morning will lie about other things. >> michael: so you havana controversy, i've got a havana controversy for. >> you how these two high profile well-connected individuals got to spend their ananniversary in havana. this is "the young turks." this is go time. >> michael: so congress has returned to washington after what i would say is a much-needed two-week break to come back and tackle some real issues. they're going to be tackling immigration, the budget, and they're going to be tackling guns. today the president went to hard hartford connecticut the where gun reform happen in this country since newtown. >> connecticut has shown the way, and now is the time for congress to do the same. as soon as this week cong
questioned now in the case. plus, the arkansas attorney general is now investigating the exxon pipeline spill that has driven people from their homes. >> the smell is unbelievable. look. incredible. that is oil. aas those people in arkansas deal with the situation there, many are asking corks the spill impact the obama's administration decision on the key stone pipeline? >>> you can join our conversation on twitter. you can find us @tamron hall. we're still playing our theme song composed by prince. [ male announcer ] why is kellogg's crunchy nut so delicious? because every flake is double-toasted... splashed with sweet honey... and covered in rich double-roasted peanuts. mmm. [ hero ] yummy. [ male announcer ] kellogg's crunchy nut. it's super delicious! blast of cold feels nice. why don't you use bengay zero degrees? it's the one you store in the freezer. same medicated pain reliever used by physical therapists. that's chilly! [ male announcer ] bengay zero degrees. freeze and move on. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and the streetsmart edge trading platform from charles schwab...
. >> i am shocked. >> plus -- >> that is oil. >> spillproof. arkansas launching an investigation into the terrible oil spill that has flooded a neighborhood. also conrad murray. the prison interview. >> you believe in your innocence? >> absolutely. no doubt. because i did nothing wrong. >> michael jackson's fallen doctor. the denials, and the strange singing on cnn last night. ♪ he's a little boy that santa claus forgot the little boy that santa claus forgot ♪ >> and controversy in the classroom. should teacher raises be tied to student test scores. >>> late-night deal. >> here he is, jimmy fallon! >> new reports from hollywood, jimmy fallon will indeed replace jay leno on "the tonight show." live in the cnn newsroom. good morning. thank you so much for being with me. i'm carol costello. we begin with a story sure to rattle anyone who whose kids play sports. grabbing, shoving, throwing basketballs at players, hurling ugly slurs. >> you [ bleep ]ing fairy. >> that's mike rice, head basketball coach at rutgers university, at least for now. espn's release of the tape has ignited
: up next, a huge oil spill in arkansas could put te keystone pipeline on thin ice. and opponents say this is the exact reason why the project should be killed. we will talk about it next. plus, commodities by the side of the road. we are going to tell you how you can make some money and profit in that market. can you ever have too much "money"? úúúúúúúúúúúúúúúúúúúúúúúú ♪musicú ♪the more i search0forú my significance,♪ ♪seems0r ♪and0i0ú a0difference♪ ♪in anyú i've been0here♪ ♪and0i0ú laughter♪ ♪it's tp i've ever knownp♪ ♪i0don'ú happensp♪ ♪but i0e ♪and0i0h in you♪ ♪ adam: we talk about the keystone xl pipeline, i knew spill could put the kaj bosch on keystone. an exxon pipeline burst an arkansas forcing evacuations because of the risk to health to help the people that live near it due to the food and fumes fuel to the fire and the critics could be a huge obacle for the keystone xl pipeline. our next guest has been fighting transcanada in court over the keystone project, not necessarily on the environmental issues, but a
of arkansas and north dakota, but don't leave kansas behind. in kansas the republican legislature just passed an anti-abortion personhood bill late on friday. it declares that life begins at fertilization. yes, all three states are advancing abortion bans with legislation like this. but kansas goes an extra step. kansas law mandates that doctors have to describe to their patients an unproven scientifically dubious made-up link between abortion and breast cancer. there is no link between abortion and breast cancer, but the state of kansas wrote this script and will now mandate that doctors read this lie to their patients. the bill now goes to sam brownback, the state's republican governor. according to a spokesperson, he is almost certain to sign it even though he hasn't read it yet. governor brownback said he will sign any anti-abortion bill and so far he has kept to his word. so that was friday night in kansas. this was saturday morning. the very next day right after kansas republicans passed their sweeping doctors have to lie to their patients bill, the national republican party tapped kans
. louis still without power right now. >> in arkansas, a twister tore a path 30 miles wide through van buren county. that's about 75 miles north of little rock. at least 13 homes, a church and a business were damaged there. three people were injured. luckily, no deaths have been reported in this area, which is mostly rural. but nerves have been rattled. >> that's a mass. and major storms are rumbling through much of the southern and the eastern united states. let's bring in samantha moore. who is seeing the worst of this morning? >> all the way from corpus chris christi, texas, to detroit, we're seeing strong thunderstorms this hour. a lot of lightning that's kept people up. we have the threat moving into the nashville area, within the next hour. it has been a very loud night in memphis and in paducah, kentucky, as the line of strong thunderstorms moved on through. and in houston, also, a very nasty start to the day. just look at that. i mean, literally thousands of lightning strikes overnight. and that's going to continue throughout the day, unfortunately. we have the frontal system m
the floor to the senator from arkansas, i would like to again make the point that i made earlier. pending before the senate is s. 743. this is the marketplace fairness act cosponsored by myself, senator enzi, senator heitkamp, senator alexander and others. this matter is now pending before the united states senate, and we are asking all members with amendments to please bring them to the floor. i know the senator from arkansas has heard that call and that's why he's here. but we want to move this forward. we want to have an active debate on this issue, and we're asking our colleagues not to put it off if we want to wrap this up in a timely fashion, we need their cooperation. i urge all offices if you have an amendment, please come to the floor and discuss it with senator enzi and myself, and i yield the floor. a senator: madam president? the presiding officer: the senator from arkansas. mr. pryor: i want to talk about amendment 740, the amendment i am doing with the senator from missouri, senator blunt. we understand that there will be an objection to this, so i am not going to ask unanim
's not clear whether congress will actually approve this spending. >>> the state attorney general in arkansas is now investigating the break of an exxon mobil pipeline that sent thousands of gallons of crude oil flowing down the street into a residential neighborhood over easter weekend. the leak is bringing a lot of attention to our national network of pipelines, and re-igniting debate over another notable pipeline project. our report tonight from our chief environmental affairs correspondent anne thompson. >> reporter: from the air, it looks like a dark stain on this neighborhood. 20 miles north of little rock. >> the smell is unbelievable. i mean, look. incredible. and that is oil. >> reporter: exxon mobil shut down the 65-year-old pipeline, insisting age did not play a role in the rupture. >> the age of the pipeline does not determine its integrity. the process is you inspect it. when you find issues, you repair those issues. our inspection process is up to date. >> reporter: shannon williams is one of 22 homeowners who still can't return to their houses. he says he had no idea the house
as a force of nature. not only facing down the unions, but facing down the arkansas arkansas general tin argentinans. her bullying manner became the stuff. >> but by the most important measure of politics, there was no denying her success. she won three straight elections. and brought her ire represable message to the u.s. on cbs news face the nation as well. >> a strong country with a great presence of great people. >> lighten up. is that what they tell you? >> be more upbeat. >> the remarkable thing is the 23 years after she left office, her legacy is still being argued about. a funeral is being planned. it's one notch below a state funeral. margaret thatcher was more than a politician here. she was one of those people who defined and gave her name to an era. mark phillips, cbs news, london. >>> back to that overnight wind storm that reeked havoc on some of the sensitive wildlife habitats. these owls were blown out of their nest and separated from their parents. kit doe on how the owls are finding their way back with a little help. >> they are perhaps the most helpless victims of
from. he said, yes, there is such a thing. there's a person, some new convert to islam of arkansas mean yan dissent. i have no intention to say anything about arkansas mean yans. it's a neighboring region. i said this person took his bra brain. he brainwashed him completely. there's no obedience and respect to his own father. i'm telling him about my business. he's asking me questions. i was even happy for his height. his sense of humor, laughing, kids going by saying hi. that was 2006. >> tsarni went on to say he wants his surviving nephew to fully cooperate with police and to tell them everything that he knows. >> we want to update you now on a story we brought you yesterday. at that time ya na mcfadden, who won the boston marathon has been declared the winner of the london marathon for the wheelchair division. she set a new record on that course. one british publication reported her unofficial time as one hour and 46 seconds. that's fast. we'll have a live report from london later on this morning. >> i can't wait to hear from her. she thought it was going to be a very close race. >>
? [cheers and applause] [laughter] kansas arkansas and north dakota. that's a red state try fecta. >> arkansas now has the toughest anti-abortion law in the country on the books banning abortions afterel 12th week. >> north dakota ban as abortions as early as four weeks. >> kansas concluded that life begins at fertilization. >> jon: kentucky says life begins when a man and woman's hands accidentally touch when reaching for the fries at the denny's. i just wanted to sell it. the states are saying you have to have the baby making sex and you have to have the resulting baby. any state laws that might cover what to do with them afterwards? [cheers and applause] let's head out to the volunteer state. >> we'll go to tennessee and tell but a state senator by the name of stacy campfield. he doesn't have children but he has an idea. [laughter] >> jon: go on. [ laughter ] >> if your kids don't get good grades, in other words don't pass, they would cut your welfare benefits 30%. [audience boos] >> jon: moochers. let me see if i can get this straight. little billy is poor. he is not doing ver
is underway after an oil spill in a small community in arkansas. the exxon pipeline was carrying canadian crude oil. >> stephen: folks, our worst nightmare has come true: we've been hit by a massive canada spill. [laughter] we still haven't recovered from the last one when celine dion spilled all over las vegas. [laughter] it's been ten years and we still can't get the white leather pants out. [laughter] and this spill, from what's called "the pegasus pipeline", wasn't the safe kind that occurs in the pristine, ignorable wilderness. jim? >> crude oil spewed out of the exxonmobil pipeline coiling its way through a suburban neighborhood. >> stephen: yes, the suburbs. so this time clean-up crews won't be scrubbing down oil-soaked seals, we'll be scrubbing down oil-soaked neils. [laughter] but none of that is what bothers me. my problem is this spill gives fuel to environmentalists. >> pegasus is a pipeline with a 10th of the capacity of keystone xl. you build keystone xl, you have a more significant -- a 10 times more significant risk if there is a spill. >> this is a great example of what
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